Video Dungeon by Kim NewmanVideo Dungeon by Kim Newman

Video Dungeon

byKim Newman

Paperback | October 24, 2017

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Ripped from the pages of Empire magazine, the first collection of film critic, film historian and novelist Kim Newman’s reviews of the best and worst B movies.  Some of the cheapest, trashiest, goriest and, occasionally, unexpectedly good films from the past 25 years are here, torn apart and stitched back together again in Kim’s unique style.  Everything you want to know about DTV hell is here. Enter if you dare.
Kim Newman is a well known and respected author and movie critic. He writes regularly for Empire Magazine and contributes to The Guardian, The Times, Time Out and others. He makes frequent appearances on radio and TV. He has won the Bram Stoker, International Horror Guild, British Fantasy and British Science Fiction Awards and been nom...
Title:Video DungeonFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9.2 × 6.1 × 1.7 inPublished:October 24, 2017Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1783299398

ISBN - 13:9781783299393

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Editorial Reviews

“This is one dungeon you will want to be locked in for a very long time. You might as well just throw away the key“ - Dread Central“distinctive and authoritative, with a gleeful sense of humour for the absurd” - Cinema Retro online “Newman makes films as WTF as 1980’s Dracula Exotica sound appealing” - The Film Stage“The collection is wickedly eclectic...compiling all the author’s DUNGEON reviews into one exceedingly welcome and original omnibus” - FIlm Phreak“a good reference for collectors of various horror movies” Girl Who Reads"Video Dungeon, like the Roger Ebert worst-movie review collections that precede it, is great fun and a guaranteed way to discover dozens of movies you never knew existed." - Manhattan Book Review